- NYC’s pay transparency bill requires companies to give minimum and maximum salaries in job ads.
- Some businesses are opposing the mandate and say it should have never been allowed to go through.
- “It’s just the wrong solution,” the chief executive of the Partnership for New York City, told WSJ.
Job postings in New York City will soon have to include salary range as part of a new pay transparency bill. But as The Wall Street Journal reported, some business groups are unhappy with the mandate.
The New York City Human Rights Law makes it unlawful for companies to advertise a “job, promotion, or transfer opportunity” without giving the minimum and maximum salary for the role.
Some companies are exempt, however, including those with fewer than four employees.
Partnership for New York City, a business group that builds partnerships between business and government, have opposed the law,